LA Thieves took a step forward, FaZe rebounded, Toronto continued their rise. Day two of the last set of Major 3 qualifiers was a topsy-turvy one.
They defeated Los Angeles Guerrillas with a 3-1 match score, claiming their spot in the upper side of next week’s Major bracket.
Tobias “CleanX” Jonsson has been absolutely unstoppable this weekend.
Considering he is playing against the best teams in the Call Of Duty League, this kill/death ratio is showing CleanX’s incredible talent.
His performance helped secure Toronto Ultra’s win vs London [3-1] and earn a spot in tomorrow’s Winner’s Bracket.
LA Thieves proved to the Call Of Duty League they were not going out without a fight.
As you may know, the Thieves recently got a new assistant coach, Shane “ShAnE” McKerral.
His knowledge and history with Call Of Duty eSports may have provided Los Angeles with the keys to a successful matchup against the HOT Boston Breach.
The Los Angeles Thieves swept Boston Breach 3-0, securing their spot in the upper bracket.
Crimsix vs Scump
The last matchup of the day was New York Subliners vs OpTic Texas.
This game was one match that had everyone on their feet.
This was due to OpTic’s previous legendary players from past Call Of Duty games battling it out against them. This player would be none other than the notorious Ian “Crimsix” Porter.
Crimsix came with an absolute vengeance against his former team.
NYSL came out swinging throughout the whole series as they looked to bounce back from a loss against Toronto last week.
Because of the major help New York had from Crimsix, the team prevailed against the 11 win streak OpTic Texas 3-1, thus also securing an upper bracket berth.
The final day of Qualifiers kciks off 20:00 BST / 15:00 EST. The first match is Seattle Surge vs London Royal Ravens.
Let’s see if the Ravens can come back with a vengeance just like FaZe did today and claim their spot in the Major 3 Winner’s Bracket.
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